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  • Oregon Special Tactics Airmen Save Lives in Idaho

    BOISE, Ida. – Two civilians in Idaho are alive today thanks to the quick and skillful reaction of some of America’s most elite service members. After completing a day of small arms training, special tactics Airmen with the 125th Special Tactics Squadron (STS), Oregon Air National Guard, were in a

  • The Oregonians of the Doolittle Raid on Japan, April 18, 1942

    Today, Monday, April 18, 2022 is the 80th anniversary of the epic Doolittle Raid, when US Army Air Force B-25B Mitchell medium bombers flew from the pitching deck of the US Navy aircraft carrier USS Hornet (CV-8) in the first American air raid on Tokyo and the Imperial Japanese Home islands.

  • The Final Flight of David R. Kingsley

    What is valor?  Where does it come from in times of crisis that enables some people to serve “above and beyond the call of duty?”  There are many worthy examples of valor and sacrifice to ponder as we commemorate the fallen of our nation on this Memorial Day.  And a flier from Portland, Oregon,